By 2025, India will have eight gigawatts of electrolyser capacity, making it one of the world’s most significant industrial hubs.
For a grand total of 8 GW, there are now seven distinct industrial projects involving a total of nine companies. And by 2025, four 1GW plants will be up and running.
By the end of 2022, the number of electrolyser factories in India is expected to be nearly as large as the global average. The 8GW would be a sizeable fraction of the 26GW of gigawatt-scale electrolyser installations announced to far around the world.
There has been a recent uptick in the announcement of green hydrogen and ammonia projects in India, and one major participant in the renewables industry, ACME, expects to produce 2.3 million tonnes of green H2 and ammonia from its massive schemes in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.